Last updated on July 2nd, 2019 at 09:21 pm
Evansville, Indiana-based Old National Bank has promoted Kevin Anderson to chief executive officer and Traci Mann to president for the Wisconsin region.
Len Davaisher, who had served as Wisconsin region CEO, recently departed Old National.
Anderson has worked at Old National since 2013, when he was hired as corporate relationship manager for the Louisville region. He was promoted to Milwaukee region president in 2016. Before he joined Old National, Anderson was senior vice president, commercial banking manager at Fifth Third Bank in Louisville. He also previously worked as senior vice president, corporate banking at National City Bank. Anderson holds a bachelor’s in business administration, finance and economics, from the University of Kentucky. In Milwaukee, Anderson is a member of the board of directors at the Metropolitan Milwaukee Association of Commerce and the United Performing Arts Fund, and a member of the Greater Milwaukee Committee.
Mann was promoted from her role as market president, commercial banking executive in Madison. She worked at AnchorBank for 26 years before its Madison-based parent Anchor BanCorp was acquired by Old National Bancorp in 2016. Mann holds a bachelor’s in business administration, finance from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. Mann is on the executive committee for the American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women Luncheon, The Madison Club Foundation board and the Downtown Madison Inc. Economic Development Committee, and she volunteers for the Madison Symphony Orchestra.
“ONB is fortunate to have Kevin Anderson and Traci Mann as such qualified successors with extensive knowledge, experience and proven leadership,” said Jim Sandgren, president and chief operating officer. “I am confident they will continue Old National’s strong commitment to clients, community and associates in the Wisconsin region and beyond.”
As of Sept. 30, Old National Bancorp had $17.5 billion in assets, $12.7 billion in total deposits, $158.1 million in year-to-date net income, and 206 total branches in Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota and Wisconsin, according to the FDIC. Old National has 29 Wisconsin branches.